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Keeping the #EOUfun alive, even from homePresident Tom Insko began posting weekly videos this term to keep students engaged in fun ways.
Trauma-invested teaching program debutsThis fall, EOU's Master of Science in Education program unveils the region's only concentration in Trauma in Educational Communities.
Pacific Islanders navigate higher educationThe Island Magic Show is canceled, but Pacific Islander culture maintains a significant role on campus.
EOU moves classes 100% online for spring termA long-time leader in distance learning, EOU will move all on-campus classes to remote-access for spring term.
Strengthening skills to cope with stress Learning to stress less is part of every student's education. A student-led event offers resources and outlets for Mountaineers under pressure.
Students lobby for higher education funding on University DayDespite being the smallest university to attend Lobby Day, Eastern Oregon University had the largest number of student attendees with 28 representatives.
Founding faculty member, Shannon Donovan, Ph.D., of the Sustainable Rural Systems program finds “there are a lot of opportunities to do things differently, address needs, and figure out how to meet them.”
EOU announced that students and employees will work in teams to create resumption plans for every area of the university.
President Tom Insko began posting weekly videos this term to keep students engaged in fun ways.
Space per student has increased in EOU residence halls, and on-campus dining services now offer take-out options.
The virtual ¡Conéctate! gathering on May 1 drew over 100 participants to share, learn and connect remotely.
During this unprecedented time, EOU Foundation Student Crisis Funds support students in need.
Business instructor and alumna Kat Yamamoto presents research about the global food industry’s sustainability engagement score at Colloquium.
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This fall, EOU’s Master of Science in Education program unveils the region’s only concentration in Trauma in Educational Communities.
The first-ever virtual visit day attracted 150 prospective students, and other EOU enrollment services are following suit.
Volunteer coaches in the Mountaineer Success Team contributed to keeping a higher number of students enrolled at EOU.
EOU ranked among the top 15% of “Military Friendly” universities nationwide.
The fourth annual ¡Conéctate! is going virtual to gather those focused on serving the region’s Latinx communities.
Health and Human Performance faculty member Darren Dutto presents research that could protect ballerinas from knee injury.
The Island Magic Show is canceled, but Pacific Islander culture maintains a significant role on campus.